Giving Back to Wounded Knee Foundation


  1. Gallons of fresh water
  2. Shelf Foods
  3. Instant cereals and breakfasts, instant oatmeals, etc.
  4. Propane
  5. Soups and soup mixes
  6. Coffee
  7. Sugar
  8. Heating Stoves
  9. Wood burning stoves
  10. Pampers
  11. Toilet Paper
  12. Towling
  13. Handi-Wipes and Huggies
  14. Baby food
  15. Baby supplies of all kinds
  16. Cleaning supplies
  17. Blankets and Comforters
  18. Warm coats and sweaters in excellent condition
  19. Socks for Men and Women
  20. Socks for children
  21. Gloves and Mittens in all sizes, baby, children's, adult, men and women's
  22. New Teddy Bears
  23. Anything made by Campbell's, Carter's, and Gerbers
  24. Hot Chocolate
  25. Sleeping Bags (new)
  26. Wool Caps for children and adults
  27. Chain Saws for winter wood-cutting
  28. Seeds and gardening utensils
  29. Clothing of any kind for any age but kindly note, it MUST be in EXCELLENT condition: No stains, tears, rips, holes, etc. If it can't be new, please send ONLY gently used, new-appearing items.


Kindly send your donations to either:

President Brian Brewer
Oglala Sioux Tribal Building
P.O. Box 2070
Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770


President Cyril (Whitey) Scott
Rosebud Sicangu Lakota Sioux Tribe
P.O. Box 430
Rosebud, South Dakota 57570


Cindy Hicks-Orth, Executive Director
Giving Back To Wounded Knee
232 Spruceview Drive
Plainwell, Michigan 49080

We thank you for your most generous contributions ~ and remember, all donors are sent receipts for tax itemization and deductions.

Donor should not send cash to the Pineridge or Rosebud Reservations. If you would like to make a cash donation, kindly consider using Pay Pal button below.

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Eight year old Lakota Sioux Singer and Stick Carver with Cindy at Give Away.

"All things in the world are two. In our minds we are two -- good and evil. With our eyes we see two things -- things that are fair and things that are ugly....we have the right hand that strikes and makes for evil and the left hand full of kindness, near the heart. One foot may lead us to an evil way, the other foot may lead us to a good. So are all things two, all two."

Eagle Chief (Letakots-Lesa)
Pawnee: late 19th century

Wolf Pack